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Will Antibiotics Successfully Treat Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Yes and no!: They bacteria that cause it can be killed, but the scarring and fibrosis will not be affected, if caused by silent disease, present for months. Then the problem can require surgery to attempt correction of these problems, should they exist. If pid is found, then your sexual partner need be treated , or you will ping-pong disease! also, in susceptible individuals, chlamydia can cause an arthritis! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can one still ovulate while taking strong anti biotics injections for pelvic inflammatory disease?
Yes: Yes you will still ovulate.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Monodox (doxycycline monohydrate) is a trade name for Doxycycline. This is very effective against Chlamydia and Gonorrhea to name a few but effective against many STIs. It is used to treat PID. As with any treatment, it is important to take the medication as directed by your physician. Most importantly, finish the medication. It is important to do so in order to preserve your fertility. ...Read more
Azithromycin: Not in a single dose. Antibiotic therapy for any infection is dependent upon the sensitivity of the causative organism to the antibiotic used, the dosages and duration of therapy, the ability of the antibiotic to penetrate to the locale of the infection, and the immune status of the patient as well as the duration of the infection. Under the proper circumstances Azithromycin may be ok here. ...Read more
Antibiotics: Pelvic inflammatory disease is best treated with antibiotics. Sometimes if there is a large cyst filled with pus, a complication of pelvic inflammatory disease, that has to be drained (this is called a tubo-ovarian abscess). Most pid though can be treated with antibiotics. Sometimes those antibiotics can be oral, sometimes they need to be given intravenously. Depends on severity of disease. ...Read more
Immediately: If a certain diagnosis has been made, or if there is very high concern for pid in a woman or a girl, asap is the only right time - immediately! ...Read more
Good morning doctor. I was diagnosed of pelvic inflammatory disease last year and I treated it, this year again I was diagnosed of PID again and I tr?
Repeat PID: Repeat PID is fairly common. Fallopian tube scarring with the first episode can allow bacterial to take hold again and cause PID again, sometimes due to normal vaginal bacteria; or reexposure to gonorrhea or chlamydia. So you and your sex parnter(s) need STD testing, but results often are negative. Carefully follow doc's advice about treatment and follow-up. Good luck! ...Read more
Culture/amribiotics: Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is an infection of the Fallopian tubes caused by untreated STD like gonorrhea or chlamydia. The symptoms include discharge, pelvic pain, fever etc. If you have these symptoms you should be evaluated immediately. Untread PID can be associated with tubal scarring, infertility and ectopic pregnancy. Early treatment can prevent these complications. ...Read more
See below: Any infection should be treated as soon as possible unless there is some extraneous circumstance prohibiting treatment. ...Read more